Stories from other Cultures
English Teaching Resources: Narrative Unit - Stories from Different Cultures is a 53 slide PowerPoint based unit of work with a booklet of 12 accompanying worksheets. English Teaching Resources: Narrative Unit - Stories from Different Cultures is ideal for teaching stories from other cultures. All PowerPoint slides are fully editable and can be changed, adapted and tweaked to suit your teaching needs. The resource has been initially made for KS2 pupils but is also suitable for lower KS3. English Teaching Resources: Narrative Unit - Stories from Different Cultures contains a range of lessons and activities such as:
-Read examples of stories from different cultures and traditions; in this resource are The Willow Pattern
-Story from China, The Tales of the 1001 Arabian Nights and Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters from Africa. Teachers can select from these or use them all over a number of weeks.
-Include a serialised class novel such as The Firework Maker’s Daughter by Philip Pullman, the Jungle Book stories by Rudyard Kipling or Melesse, a story from Africa by Anne Adeney (Pelican Big Books)
-Deduce differences in patterns of relationships, customs and attitudes with particular reference to the way characters act and interact.
-Look at an author's use of language, for example literal and figurative language for descriptions; to create a comic or dramatic effect.
-Identify point of view from which a story is told. Select a character and use improvisation and role-play to explore the story from their point of view.
-Write in role, for example a letter from one character to another.
-Plan and retell a whole story from an alternative point of view.
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